John Gerstner used to offer the Jonathan Edwards challenge to his students. The challenge before the class asked the students to read through Edwards’ 2 volume work throughout the course of one calendar year. How many finished this challenge? Who knows? However, no one can dispute that Gernster offered the challenge and the church is … More Jonathan Edwards: The Gerstner Lecture Series
In this series of lectures, John Gersnter argues for the truthfulness of the Christian faith. Gerstner does so upon the premise that Christians can offer a reasonable defense of the Christian faith. He argues that the primacy of the mind can be affirmed in Christian apologetics. Gerstner argues for a form of reason without rationalism, … More Handout Apologetics: John Gersnter
There has always been an ensuing debate within the Reformed community pertaining to apologetic methodology. I want to highlight what I believe to be a superb article by Paul Helm responding to Scott Oliphint’s book on Thomas Aquinas. Helm’s response at Credo Mag can be found here: (part 1), (part 2), and (part 3). Helm’s … More Paul Helm: Who is afraid of Thomas Aquinas?